REPORT: FTC to hold public hearings on neutrality


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WASHINGTON — The public will get a chance to gripe about new government rules set to kick in next month on net neutrality.

The Federal Trade Commission, the agency that will gain jurisdiction over broadband providers June 11, will hold public hearings later this year, starting with net neutrality concerns, the new FTC chairman announced Thursday.

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“One of the first hearings will focus on competition and consumer protection implications of the FCC’s restoring internet freedom order.

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